Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Putra, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-4042 5555
Business hours: 6.30-10.30pm daily.

Seri Pacific Hotel offers more than 300 dishes in its buka puasa buffet.

THERE are more than 300 types of dishes to try at Seri Pacific Hotel’s buka puasa buffet.

With the theme “Warisan Kampung”, diners can start with a variety of Malay herbs and salads served with sambal belacan.

Chef Saad Othman and his team have worked hard to come up with a diverse menu for Ramadan.

“Typical traditional Malay cuisine such as Pucuk Ubi Masak Lemak, Daging Dendeng and Nasi Beriyani Gam can be found here.

“Other highlights include Sup Gearbox Power, Sup Ekor Bakar, roasted marinated whole lamb, fish head curry and grilled fish,” he said at the Ramadan buka puasapreview.

Guests helping themselves to the Nasi Beriyani Gam.

Guests helping themselves to the Nasi Beriyani Gam.

The Nasi Beriyani Gam was full of flavour, with a generous mix of spices and condiments such as cashew nuts and raisins.

It tastes good on its own and also goes well with dishes such as chicken varuval.

The stalls manned by the hotel’s kitchen staff serve a variety of hawker food.

The mee rebus was delicious. The gravy was mildly spicy and thick with prawns, vegetables, tofu, bean sprouts and boiled egg.

Chef Saiful pouring the Mee Rebus broth to complete the meal.

Chef Saiful pouring the Mee Rebus broth to complete the meal.

The fried kuey teowmurtabak and oyster omelette are all must-try dishes.

There is also assorted sushi for those who want to try something different.

Over at the desserts section, there are putu bamboo, tau fu fa, traditional Malay kuih (top pic)and fresh local fruits.

Many guests were also seen taking second and third helpings of the pulut durian.

As thirst quenchers, there are air batu campur (ABC), coconut water, sirap bandung, coffee and tea.

While enjoying the food, guests will be entertained by a four-piece band from Indonesia known as Los Labamba throughout the evening.

The hotel has a prayer room for guests, while those who want to perform theirterawih prayers can do so at the PWTC mosque opposite the hotel.

The Ramadan buffet is available until July 26 at the Pacific Ballroom, priced at RM105 nett per adult.

Zende Restaurant is also offering a buffet dinner with a slightly different menu for RM58 nett per adult. Children 10 years old and below dine at half price.

This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.

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